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  1. #1
    Brian Dipert
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    I'd like to manually setup a dialup networking connection in Windows
    XP Pro for my Ericsson T39m over GPRS (T-Mobile). I've got the DCU-10
    cable, which was auto-recognized upon insertion by XP (as a DCU-11,
    but seems to work fine) and installed on COM13. The phone is found
    just fine by floAT's Mobile Agent. But it's not listed under Windows
    XP's Device Manager, and Windows XP can't find it when I do a search
    for new hardware. Is the modem driver available standalone anywhere,
    or do I have to (gulp) install the Sony Ericsson/Extended Systems
    Connection Suite in order to get it on my system?

    Neither Bluetooth or IR are preinstalled on this Windows notebook (a
    Fujitsu Lifebook-P2040). I can use the phone-as-modem just fine over
    Bluetooth on my Apple PowerBook.

    Thanks in advance!
    Brian Dipert
    Technical Editor: Mass Storage, Memory, Multimedia, PC Core Logic and Peripherals, and Programmable Logic
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  2. #2
    Mal
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    Re: T39m modem driver for Windows XP?

    Brian Dipert wrote:
    > I'd like to manually setup a dialup networking connection in Windows
    > XP Pro for my Ericsson T39m over GPRS (T-Mobile). I've got the DCU-10
    > cable, which was auto-recognized upon insertion by XP (as a DCU-11,
    > but seems to work fine) and installed on COM13. The phone is found
    > just fine by floAT's Mobile Agent. But it's not listed under Windows
    > XP's Device Manager, and Windows XP can't find it when I do a search
    > for new hardware. Is the modem driver available standalone anywhere,
    > or do I have to (gulp) install the Sony Ericsson/Extended Systems
    > Connection Suite in order to get it on my system?


    Havn't tried this ...

    But have a look at this download:

    http://www.sonyericsson.com/spg.jsp?...=9757&fid=3789

    While it claims to be for InfraRed, it also seems to be a driver for
    cable/BT connected phones.

    Download, unzip, right-click, Install, Go through the Add New Hardware
    wizard, "Yes I've connected the hardware", Add a new hardware device,
    manually from a list, Modem, Don't auto detect (Manual select), Choose
    Ericsson, T39 Cable Modem.

    There were various versions of the SE Connection suite - some that just
    contained the comms stuff, others that included the full kit and
    kaboodle. There might still be one around that just includes the modem
    software.

    If you don't see the Ericsson drivers, then obviously my computer has
    been affected by various S/E installs Ive made.

    Good luck!



  3. #3
    AP
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    Re: T39m modem driver for Windows XP?

    I have a T39 that needs unblocking - can anyone help?


    Regards

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    "Mal" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Brian Dipert wrote:
    >> I'd like to manually setup a dialup networking connection in Windows
    >> XP Pro for my Ericsson T39m over GPRS (T-Mobile). I've got the DCU-10
    >> cable, which was auto-recognized upon insertion by XP (as a DCU-11,
    >> but seems to work fine) and installed on COM13. The phone is found
    >> just fine by floAT's Mobile Agent. But it's not listed under Windows
    >> XP's Device Manager, and Windows XP can't find it when I do a search
    >> for new hardware. Is the modem driver available standalone anywhere,
    >> or do I have to (gulp) install the Sony Ericsson/Extended Systems
    >> Connection Suite in order to get it on my system?

    >
    > Havn't tried this ...
    >
    > But have a look at this download:
    >
    > http://www.sonyericsson.com/spg.jsp?...=9757&fid=3789
    >
    > While it claims to be for InfraRed, it also seems to be a driver for
    > cable/BT connected phones.
    >
    > Download, unzip, right-click, Install, Go through the Add New Hardware
    > wizard, "Yes I've connected the hardware", Add a new hardware device,
    > manually from a list, Modem, Don't auto detect (Manual select), Choose
    > Ericsson, T39 Cable Modem.
    >
    > There were various versions of the SE Connection suite - some that just
    > contained the comms stuff, others that included the full kit and kaboodle.
    > There might still be one around that just includes the modem software.
    >
    > If you don't see the Ericsson drivers, then obviously my computer has been
    > affected by various S/E installs Ive made.
    >
    > Good luck!






  4. #4
    JM
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    Re: T39m modem driver for Windows XP?

    I bought a USB Infra-Red dongle for about 13 which works fine on my PC &
    Laptop with T39/Z600

    XP finds everything automatically.

    Getting around 33kb/s through GPRS

    Don't forget to get the PC to dial *99# to the phone for GPRS WAP and not
    any ISP number (took me ages to figure this one out)

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    "Brian Dipert" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I'd like to manually setup a dialup networking connection in Windows
    > XP Pro for my Ericsson T39m over GPRS (T-Mobile). I've got the DCU-10
    > cable, which was auto-recognized upon insertion by XP (as a DCU-11,
    > but seems to work fine) and installed on COM13. The phone is found
    > just fine by floAT's Mobile Agent. But it's not listed under Windows
    > XP's Device Manager, and Windows XP can't find it when I do a search
    > for new hardware. Is the modem driver available standalone anywhere,
    > or do I have to (gulp) install the Sony Ericsson/Extended Systems
    > Connection Suite in order to get it on my system?
    >
    > Neither Bluetooth or IR are preinstalled on this Windows notebook (a
    > Fujitsu Lifebook-P2040). I can use the phone-as-modem just fine over
    > Bluetooth on my Apple PowerBook.
    >
    > Thanks in advance!
    > Brian Dipert
    > Technical Editor: Mass Storage, Memory, Multimedia, PC Core Logic and
    > Peripherals, and Programmable Logic
    > EDN Magazine: http://www.edn.com
    > 5000 V Street
    > Sacramento, CA 95817
    > (916) 454-5242 (voice), (617) 558-4470 (fax)
    > ***REMOVE 'NOSPAM.' FROM EMAIL ADDRESS TO REPLY***
    > mailto:[email protected]
    > Visit me at http://www.bdipert.com






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